The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 was updated with a new update a few months back, and now the bike is getting its first price hike
The Royal Enfield Bullet range has the longest continuous output of more than 70 years, the longest for any engine. Currently, the Indian manufacturer offers it in 2 brands, a model of 350 cc and 500 cc. The first received a new update in August this year, which saw it undergo several changes, along with new color options.
As the holiday season was right at the front door during the new Bullet 350 X launch, Royal Enfield launched the bike at a limited introductory price.
The Bullet X 350 was launched at a cost of Rs 1,12,000 (ex-showroom) for the kick-start variant and $ 1,26,000 (ex-showroom) for an electric start. However, now that Diwali's celebration is over, the Royal Enfield has decided to marginally lower the prices of the said bike.
The Bullet X Impact variant has been boosted by Rs 2,755, while the electric start strip has risen by Rs 4,365. The revised price of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is now £ 1,14,755 and £ 1,30,365 for the kick-start and power-up versions, respectively.
The RE Bullet 350 is powered by a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke, double, 346 cubic cigarette that delivers 19.8 HP with a maximum power of 5250 rpm and 28 Nm peak torque at 4,000 rpm. along with a 5-speed transmission. Receives front disc brake, and rear drum brake with single-channel ABS. However, the engine offered is a BS4 compliant unit.
Royal Enfield currently offers 350 with six different color schemes including Bullet Silver, Sapphire Blue and Onyx Black for the variant of the impact kick and Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue for the electric start model.
The RE Bullet 350 opposes other cruisers including the Benelli Imperiale 400, Jawa 42, and even its own siblings, the Classic 350, which is offered with the same engine as the Bullet 350.